With a broken-down oven, in a hotel kitchen, on an uninhabited island
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Joe Blankenship, author of a book of poems, The Serpent Child, appeared in the recent production of Twelfth Night.
Judy Bratten will soon have another mouth to feed.
Robert Donnan gets paid every week by the Chapel Hill Newspaper.
Gayle Garrison knows a few things she isn’t telling.
Karl Grossman writes for the Long Island Press. He’s fond of rabbits, spaghetti, and Israeli girls.
Blue Harary is a counsellor at Hassle House in Durham.
Ebba Kraar loves to eat at home.
Henry Muldrow, Jr. studies music at UNC.
Priscilla Rich waits for news of Atlantis rising.
Hal Richman is a political scientist-cum bagel baker.
W. G. Roll is the director of the Psychical Research Foundation in Durham and the author of The Poltergeist.
Robert Ruskin teaches a class in house building at the Community Bookstore. He swears there’s a place called Wolf Creek in Oregon, where life is good.
Sy Safransky is editor and publisher of THE SUN.
Cover illustration by Tom Cleveland.
This issue is the first time the sun-face logo appears on the cover. Tom Cleveland, the artist, took his inspiration from the sun face on a Tarot card. The monocle was his own whimsical touch.
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